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23
nov

Here’s the 411 on Blockchain and Why It Will Disrupt Your Industry

Everyone’s heard of blockchain by now. Whether you’ve been tentatively watching the value of Bitcoin soar, reading up on the boom of digital currencies, or taking notes at conferences, these have become words in our vocabulary. But, what actually is the blockchain and, beyond investing a few thousand in digital currency, how else will it impact your life?
Described by many as "the new internet," blockchain is a digital technology that is becoming essential to both business and politics and will soon disrupt every industry imaginable, according to Kai Chen, CEO of Olympus Labs.

https://www.inc.com/molly-reynolds/heres-411-on-blockchain-why-it-will-disrupt-your-industry.html

22
nov

3 ways the IoT is changing customer relationships

While not a new phenomenon, the Internet of things continues to build momentum and has huge implications for both the consumers and producers of today’s technology. More people are becoming more comfortable with the idea of tracking personal data, from health factors like their calorific intake or heart rate during exercise to the performance of their vehicle to how their homes are using energy.
There’s an undeniable thirst for information and curiosity about what’s next – driving further innovation. The leading examples of IoT for most people are wearables and connected homes and vehicles, but there will be much more to come.

https://www.information-management.com/opinion/3-ways-the-iot-is-changing-customer-relationships

22
nov

3 ways the IoT is changing customer relationships

While not a new phenomenon, the Internet of things continues to build momentum and has huge implications for both the consumers and producers of today’s technology. More people are becoming more comfortable with the idea of tracking personal data, from health factors like their calorific intake or heart rate during exercise to the performance of their vehicle to how their homes are using energy.
There’s an undeniable thirst for information and curiosity about what’s next – driving further innovation. The leading examples of IoT for most people are wearables and connected homes and vehicles, but there will be much more to come.

https://www.information-management.com/opinion/3-ways-the-iot-is-changing-customer-relationships

22
nov

Stopping a cybersecurity disaster at the software development level

In recent years, cybersecurity professionals have been waging a war in which victories are elusive and fleeting. At the same time, the explosive growth in the number of connected devices — from mobiles to the internet of things — has driven the demand for faster software development, which increases the risk of having unknown vulnerabilities creep into the code that bad guys can exploit.

https://gcn.com/articles/2017/11/21/security-software-development.aspx

22
nov

Most powerful Internet of Things companies operating in Africa

The Internet of Things is disrupting the way organisations conduct business worldwide. In a few years to come, the world will see a massive growth in connected things from our devices to our homes and cars. Businesses worldwide are seeking ways in which to harness the internet of things as IoT promises to deliver benefits while making the lives of many much easier.

http://www.itnewsafrica.com/2017/11/most-powerful-internet-of-things-companies-operating-in-africa/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+itnewsafrica+%28ITNewsAfrica.com%29

20
nov

The digital universe is growing; it’s also becoming more unequal

The vulnerability of information and technology infrastructures is becoming more visible and alarming by the day. Earlier this year, two separate malware outbreaks – WannaCry and Petya – affected hundreds of thousands of people and organisations around the world. WannaCry crippled over 230,000 computers across 150 countries, with the UK’s National Health Service, Spain’s phone giant Telefónica and Germany’s state railways among those hardest hit.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/the-digital-universe-is-growing-it-s-also-becoming-more-unequal-117111900017_1.html

20
nov

Tech giants that suffered spectacular falls

Their power, influence and Wall Street valuations can seem indestructible but history is littered with corporate giants of the past that once seemed unstoppable. NOKIA A decade old cover of Forbes magazine did the rounds last week. It pondered the question whether any other company could catch Nokia, which at the time was the undisputed king of the mobile phone. The future of innovation is impossible to predict. That’s the point of innovation.

http://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/how-some-of-the-once-unstoppable-tech-giants-of-yesteryear-met-their-demise/news-story/fb5d2ca58dc11cb351e885c71f231a43?from=rss-basic&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+com%2Fnewscomautopstoriesndm+%28NEWS.com.au+%7C+Top+Stories%29

16
nov

Blockchain-as-a-service allows enterprises test distributed ledger technology

As enterprises look to deploy distributed ledgers, the industry’s largest IT providers have launched blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS), offering a way to test the nascent technology without the cost or risk of deploying it in-house.
The BaaS offerings could help companies who don’t want to build out new infrastructure or try to find in-house developers, which are in hot demand.

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3237465/enterprise-applications/blockchain-as-a-service-allows-enterprises-test-distributed-ledger-technology.html#tk.rss_all

16
nov

Blockchain-as-a-service allows enterprises test distributed ledger technology

As enterprises look to deploy distributed ledgers, the industry’s largest IT providers have launched blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS), offering a way to test the nascent technology without the cost or risk of deploying it in-house.
The BaaS offerings could help companies who don’t want to build out new infrastructure or try to find in-house developers, which are in hot demand.

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3237465/enterprise-applications/blockchain-as-a-service-allows-enterprises-test-distributed-ledger-technology.html#tk.rss_all

16
nov

Companies turn to ‘war games’ to seek out cyber security talent

A major shipping company is under attack.
With help from a corrupt executive, an international hacking syndicate called Scorpius, has penetrated the computer networks of Fast Freight Ltd.
The hackers have taken control of servers and compromised the systems that control Fast Freight’s vessels and its portside machinery.
The company’s cyber security consultants have 48 hours to uncover the breach and repulse the attackers before they cripple Fast Freight’s business and cause serious economic damage.

https://businesstech.co.za/news/it-services/210941/companies-turn-to-war-games-to-seek-out-cyber-security-talent/